I got some goals that I’d like to achieve this year. I’m not going to go over the top like saving the world or becoming a vegetarian. Nothing that extreme. I love brisket!
These are simple goals and who knows they could possibly be completed within months. So let me tell you what they are.
- Finish the fence construction for my parents house.
- Get my parents a dog now that they’ll have a fence so the dog can be free to run.
- Pave my parents driveway.
- Move to Edinburg.
- Be well versed in Objective-C, where I can build my own Mac and iOS applications.
- Draw, sketch, doodle.
There is something about that number four that seems daunting to me now at age thirty-one. I’ve been living with my parents for the past three years. I returned from Houston after ten plus years living there. My parents were happy to welcome me back. So far everything has worked out as planned. I got a good job, paid off a lot of my debt and even managed to date a few girls while I’ve been back home. But this time when I do move out for the second time, will I come back? Well I would think that I’m not suppose to. I find that sad. I enjoy being with my parents, they’re my parents, my creators, life givers. I know I’m being dramatic. It will no longer be my home. I will no longer live with my parents. But I’ll become a visitor again like I was when I lived in Houston. Every chance I could go see them, I did.
So for now I’ll just focus on my listed items. I’ll do my best to not get distracted and not think to much about stuff that would otherwise cause me to lose my focus. This is actually new ground I’m stepping on. I’ve simply always did things when things needed to get done. I tried to plan out things but I never followed through.